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ranimal
12-01-2009, 19:44
Like thegreenaggie posted, I'm looking for a handgun for a woman.

The Glock grip is just to wide for my wife to shoot comfortably. (have G22)

9mm is a good caliber for her in a semi auto, but I want something with a rail for a light.

I wish there were a semi auto in .38 because I'm stocked-up on said ammo.

Also, does anyone know of a revolver make that has a rail for .38?

1) Who makes a good single stack in 9mm with a rail that won't break the bank, or fall apart in a few years?

2) Is there a .38 special in semi-auto other than the old 1911?

3) Is there a .38 revolver that comes with a rail?

Thanks

Bilbo Bagins
12-02-2009, 07:34
Like thegreenaggie posted, I'm looking for a handgun for a woman.

The Glock grip is just to wide for my wife to shoot comfortably. (have G22)

9mm is a good caliber for her in a semi auto, but I want something with a rail for a light.

I wish there were a semi auto in .38 because I'm stocked-up on said ammo.

Also, does anyone know of a revolver make that has a rail for .38?

1) Who makes a good single stack in 9mm with a rail that won't break the bank, or fall apart in a few years?

2) Is there a .38 special in semi-auto other than the old 1911?

3) Is there a .38 revolver that comes with a rail?

Thanks

1) The Kel Tec PF9 might fall apart in a few years, and a Kahr PM9 is expensive. The Walther PPS is a good in between single stack.

2) I cannot think of any :dunno:

3) There are a few revolvers from S&W with build in rails but they are wicked expensive. Laserlyte as a rail kit for some revolvers.

http://www.laserlyte.com/Gun_Sight_Accessories/Revolvers/ADP-S637-140.html

http://www.laserlyte.com/Gun_Sight_Accessories/Revolvers/rev_SW_railno.jpg